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BY COUNSEL (to appellant) [se référant à Mali]



Q. […] I would like to ask you a little bit about the tablet.



BY INTERPRETER (to counsel)



Tablet… tablet.



BY COUNSEL (to appellant)



Okay. Because you already told us you went in that room to retrieve the tablet. So why the tablet was valuable to you?



BY INTERPRETER (to counsel)



Why the tablet was available to you?



BY COUNSEL (to interpreter)



Yeah.



BY INTERPRETER (to counsel)



Was available to you?



BY COUNSEL (to interpreter)



Yeah. Valuable. Valuable.



BY INTERPRETER (to counsel)



Valuable to you?



BY COUNSEL (to interpreter)



Yeah.



APPELLANT (to counsel)



Because it was the present given by [Victor] to my last Christmas.



Q. Okay. What else did he give you?



A. On the… on the 25th of the Christmas he bought a computer.



Q. Okay.



A. And he also bought a necklace with his photo.



BY INTERETER (to person concerned)



Sorry. You… you need to stop. You need to stop and let me to… let me translate.



BY INTERPRETER (to presiding member)



Well, I… I said…



BY PRESIDING MEMBER (to interpreter)



Just… just tell the lady if… that you need… she needs to make short phrases, but not to me.



BY PRESIDING MEMBER (to appellant)



Yeah. You’ll have to adapt… you’ll have to adapt to the new interpreter in the sense that every interpreter does not… do not work the same way. Last time [Ms. Liu] it was different… different way. She let you… the last interpreter let you kind of speak a lot, a lot and then… then she translated. But you’ll have to, with [Mr. Huang], kind of make pauses.



BY PRESIDING MEMBER (to interpreter)



Just tell her that exactly.



BY INTERPRETER (to presiding member)



Well, I… I… I can do that too, but…



BY PRESIDING MEMBER (to interpreter)



Oh, okay. That’s fine. So just…



BY INTERPRETER (to presiding member)



… it’s better for her to… to stop.



BY PRESIDING MEMBER (to interpreter)



Okay.